Video Awards: Best Men’s Trick

Ok, so you’re a pro snowboarder and you’ve brought out a dope video, but what sets it apart? What are people going to remember? This is the search for the best stand alone trick.

The most gnarly, gravity defying, mind blowing stomp,

and the nominees are…

Max Parrot – World’s First Double Backside Rodeo 1440


Jesse Paul – 360’ Natas Spin to kinked 50/50, X Games Real Snow 2017


Bode Merrill – One Foot Double Backflip, Reckless Abandon


Sebbe De Buck – Huge Laid Out Double Back, Suzuki Nine Knights 2017


Frank Bourgeois – BackSide Rodeo 5′ over bridge gap to Front Board, X Games Real Snow 2017

The Video Awards is a contest voted on by you, the snowboarding community. When you vote, you will go into the draw to WIN SOME GREAT PRIZES. To vote, tick the box with your pick below, enter your details and hit the Vote button. Winners will be drawn and announced October, Friday the 13th, 2017.

Choose your favourite video:

Honourable mentions go to;
Scott Stevens for his one foot / no foot / skateboard n flip tricks in Stronger (his parts always blow minds).
Halldor Helgason whose entire Dayumm part was unbelievable steez and any trick was worth a nomination.
Kazu Kokubo’s hammer 900 tailgrab from Stronger.
Louif Paradis who has the best pretzel jibs in the game in Resolution,
and Mikkel Bang for his amazing tree bonks in the Japanese forests on The Fourth Phase.

Make sure to vote to be in draw to win. For more chances to win, check out the other 9 categories below, and vote in each for a total of 10 chances to win.

Best Women’s Part / Best Men’s Part
Best Women’s Trick
Best Bail / Best Crew – Web series
Best Rookie Part / Best Grom (U16)
Best Production / Best Movie


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